Crow Holdings closed value-added real estate fund Crow Holdings Realty Partners IX with $2.3 billion, plus $265 million in co-investments.
Asset owners are investing in newer versions of fossil fuel-related infrastructure alongside renewable energy.
American Realty Advisors wants to entice women and people of color to the real estate industry before they set their career goals.
The pending departure of two top executives is just the latest in a series of issues that TCW Group has seen.
Pete Mitchell joined private credit manager PennantPark Investment Advisers as managing director and head of private capital fundraising.
Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions board canceled a search for a levered bank loan manager.
Office properties with outdoor access are gaining popularity — and higher valuations.
APG, CalSTRS and a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority are acquiring Arevon Energy Inc., a new renewable energy company.
Private credit managers are raising giant funds to invest in Europe, a very different market than the U.S.
Private credit funds are bigger than ever, and even with lower expected returns, investors are banking they will outperform bonds.
The great re-sorting of properties into favored and unfavored groups can miss investment risks and opportunities.
CalPERS witnessed more collaboration among asset owners on proxy proposals, with the exception of ones about executive compensation.
Asset owner and money management executives share their summer reading choices.
NAIC aims to create diversity in the private equity and hedge fund industries with its new internship program.
Private equity firms are on a tear, buying smaller companies and merging them for instant growth, but higher returns are not assured.
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System made additional commitments of up to $50 million to two real estate funds.
According to Sara Tirschwell, women and minorities have trouble advancing because they can't use their investment track records.
CalPERS is preparing to restart its search for a new CIO later this summer, after having suspended the recruitment effort in March.
Ray Joseph will be joining the $29.6 billion Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions as CIO on June 14, replacing Tom Lopez.
Investment opportunities stemming from energy transition are becoming clearer, making it possible for investors to build portfolios.
Alternative managers agree few scenarios anticipated at the dawn of the pandemic came to pass, and trends accelerated in unexpected ways.